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Jul 24, 2012 11:00pm EDT
to find motives. what escalated to the point had that. a neighbor told us she believes the couple had to bang children. a sister and a child also live them. in and out, going to work. the kids liked to play. investigators have to figure out what went wrong and why. thane were here for more but they install not released key details or any -- have stillout not released key details or any motive.ion about a thank you so much. also new tonight, two key in the movie theater massacre in colorado. disturbing new information the suspected gunman is activities after he was arrested. also, the so-called warning this -- before this attack ever happened. first, a heartwarming show of support by the star of the don't, christian bale. -- christian bale. this shows him with one of the survivors. also posed with members of of thepital staff our era.enter of visit comes as the accused gunman has been told to be guards and ise to wear a face card he leaves his cell. had told friends he worried for years about her being socially isolated, and her son towanted counseling. he is scheduled to go back into
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Jul 27, 2012 11:00pm EDT
action. police tell us a disgruntled -- disgruntled employee was planning to kill a host of others in the process. richard reeve has been working on this story all evening long. >> many questions about the man at the center of this. neil prescott referred to himself as the joker one week after the terrific shootings in colorado. -- horrific shootings in colorado. >> i think it is really sad. people have to resort to this sort of violence. >> to this quiet neighborhood. >> it makes me a little bit angry. >> shock and dismay about the shooting plot that could have turned out differently. >> a thwarted terrorist threat. >> at the center of this neil prescott on the verge of being fired, he threatens to shoot up his work place during two phone calls to his supervisor. >> he said i am a joker. i will load my gun and blow everybody up. >> police first encountered him wearing a shirt like this one. inside his son they found a lot of weapons shotguns, handguns, and 40 boxes of a munition. >> this is a quiet neighborhood. there is not a lot going on here. >> police say it appears all the we
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Jul 17, 2012 11:00pm EDT
was seconds victim of this accident. we just set a career. -- said a prayer. video coming to us from news choppers seven. you can see how large the tree .s the question that many people wondering tonight, why was a stature still standing if it was known to be erotic? ist is what vdot investigating. it was known to be rotting? they determined these trees are also rocking and one of them down.ave to come roads will remain closed. on whether the morning commute will be impacted. >> thank you. that is a terrible outcome. now we move on to our weather. another day or where the eclipse 100 degrees. temperatures could rise into the digits again. >> bob ryan is tracking the the forecastand next 40 to see over the -- 24 hours. >> we've made it to 100 degrees time this summer. tomorrow we may do seven times. at the highk temperatures around the area. 100 degrees in washington. tomorrow the humidity will be than today. that is the reason all over the viewing area there is a heat tomorrow.ut heat will make it feel like maybe 110 degrees. so far 2690 degree days. 13 days this month. is 25 of 90 or hig
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Jul 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
is just as bad if not worse in montgomery county where we found a neighborhood where neighbors tell us they got potentially and live power lines on the ground, and they have been there since the storm hit putting everyone at risk. >> there are downed power lines and lots of children in the area who potentially play with these power lines which would be hard. good >> we call them to say we have downed power lines and the tree was in the middle of the road. it is very dangerous, and it is monday, and still no one is here. >> there are numerous other problems as well in montgomery county. top officials from pepco will join us with the latest on the efforts to restore service stre. this was a welcome sight to many of us who were still without power. many were traveling all the way from canada and arrived at fort myers to assist the efforts. they worked to restore power to thousands who are still in the dark. the federal government will allow a region will not allow non-essential employees to take leaves tomorrow. schools are being closed tomorrow and four fireworks celebration have been ca
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Jul 5, 2012 11:00pm EDT
sprinklers could reach. >> thank you. give that kid a pat on the back from us. the prolonged heat is suffocating the region. if you thought today was bad, it is about to get hotter as we head toward the rest of the week. bob ryan is tracking the forecast. >> after the power outages and as you can see in austria's report, it is very serious. -- autraia's report, this is one of 95 or higher. we were at 100. many spots -- quantico was 100. winchester there was 95 degrees. i am afraid tomorrow not only will it be above 95 degrees for the ninth day in a row breaking previous records of 95 or hotter it will also feel again like 105-110 degrees. unfortunately even hotter as we get into the weekend. saturday, folks of already issued an excess of he to watch because on saturday from noon until 10:00 the index will make it feel like 115. it is really excruciating heat for everybody who has lost power and is trying to deal with it. there have been a few thundershowers. tomorrow just a slight chance. this will be coming to an end on sunday but with the risk of severe thunderstorms on sunday.
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Jul 25, 2012 11:00pm EDT
at man bound and her before forcing her into the car. for 24 hours, the suspect drove for a round using her credit her for money.g the suspect simply headed back to her street, parked the car away.lked >> i feel like once the person i inzed, this is a ripken, ditching her. of cal ripken was scared of but save after she got a neighbor's attention. fans are looking forward to her to the ballpark. >> it is the foundation of it. this is where it all began. >> the family was alerted to the disappearance 12 hours after the abduction after a man at a gas station noticed her tied up in car andseat of a police to the license plate number. the filed a missing person's report. they did issue a statement a tryingis as being but they are grateful and have mom back with them safe and healthy. 7 news.odfrey, abc clues about the man at of the massacre. james holmes mailed a notebook of colorado atty where he was taking classes. that shows six people being shot. a mailbeen sitting in room for more than one week before the shooting. this comes as three hospitals even wipe outor the medical bills for the
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Jul 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in their killer. >> if they know anything, help us out. i wanted to be caught and put to justice. -- want him to be caught and put to justice. >> we began another look at the surveillance pictures. check out the story on the homepage of our website. police are warning people in ocean city about three attacks on women. it started in late june with the most recent tapping -- happening yesterday morning. the suspect is near popular night clubs. anyone with information should call police. no charges yet for the man accused of threatening a shooting at his workplace in prince george's county. neil press got has been undergoing a -- presscott has been undergoing a psychiatric evaluation. the threats were made days after the colorado shootings. now to the latest where james holmes appeared to be charged. holmes 142 counts including first-degree murder, attempted murder and possession of explosives. many attended the conference today. ashley is still suffering for her life. >> i do not care what your motive is. he knew what he was doing. i want to see justice. >> the george ordered prosecutors to giv
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Jul 9, 2012 11:00pm EDT
much calmer and cooler than they were 24 hours ago. what to expect in the morning? bob ryan joins us with a first look at the forecast. >> whether relief, especially from the steering relief we have -- the searing heat we have had. only one other time have we gone through that. meanwhile, this is the tail end of the ferocious storms that moved through fredericksburg. as we have seen, a straight line wind with a microburst can do more damage than a tornado. do not get hung up with tornado warnings. unfortunately, we just cannot pinpoint these microbursts writ there is what is left of some of the showers. in a way, that rain was welcome. it moist and the soil -- which will absorb some of the heat. but at the current temperatures. today, temperatures only into the mid '80s. a little bit below average. the dew point, even though it is a little bit monday, it is better than 70 degrees. >> thank you. we will see you then. police believe a young woman was sexually assaulted in a park behind the community pool. police believe it happened at about 5:00 this evening and they are trying to get
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Jul 28, 2012 11:00pm EDT
of us. starting to are fall. 75 degrees at reagan national airport. 80 at dulles. western maryland, only 61 degrees. how long will this last? details are coming up in just a minutes. >> new details on that alleged work place massacre plot that police in maryland said they this week. been digging deeper into the case. you talked to some churchgoers couldel their children have been at risk? people talking about this. a week after the shootings in colorado. the suspect in this case neil prescott is under observation. a capitol heights congregation .as reason to give thanks weekend.outh revival ordinarily, a gathering of music, a faith, and prayer. >> our kids could have been outside at the time. >> safety very much on the minds of members. is directly across office from the potential target. >> to know that it could have horrible and devastating .ituation it was shocking and appalling. >> corps records showed neil was on the verge of fired. threatening to shoot during two place calls to a supervisor. police raided his apartment. photosgators took these a cache of arms. seeing the pictures o
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Jul 10, 2012 11:00pm EDT
tell us this has happened before and the cleanup is a rather costly. an estimate -- no estimate on the damage to night. there are some power outages so a double whammy for this neighborhood. i am roz plater. >> people snapped these pictures of the flooding you see there. this is from the web site princeofpetworth.com that shows one car in harm's way there. this was posted on the d.c.- based website. these were taken in a neighborhood known as the bloomingdale's section of the district. keeping an eye home what to expect. >> bob ryan is tracking radar with a first look at the forecast. that was a rough night. >> it was. as so often happens with these slow-moving storms, and very localized. look at the radar captain over the last four hours. nothing much going on. look how the line intensify is right over folks in northeast washington. here is all that is left of their right now on the doppler. there are a few loans some showers. meanwhile, two inches and probably in some spots almost 3 inches of rain. all of that came down a about one hour and a half. at the same time sunspots an
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Jul 14, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. a problem for us is metro to shut down the entire rail system. it lasted nearly an hour tonight and investigators are trying to figure out what went wrong. >> today's incident is the latest in a series of recent problems. >> and all around frustrating day systemwide. this is at pentagon city metro 5000 people boarded buses to get to their next station. you can understand tonight why tempers are flaring. >> i do not understand what she was saying. >> we have a little bit of a mess on our hands. >> it was already a tough weekend for commuters. four stations shut down for maintenance work. widespread single tracking resulting in delays. about 2:00 in the afternoon all five lines came to a temporary halt because of a computer glitch. >> that is bad for metro. >> the glitch meant central controllers could not spot trade locations on a moving map. operators were alerted the radio to head to the next station. it took 45 minutes to reboot the computer. it is the latest hiccup for metro. >> i am already scared of the metro. knowing that happens, and i guess there was a derailment a coupl
ABC
Jul 20, 2012 11:00pm EDT
how to enter that apartment personally. i never seen anything like what the pictures show us is in there. >> in his final briefing tonight, even the police chief couldn't hide the emotional toll this tragedy has taken. >> our cops went through a lot. >> and you are looking live at a live shot coming in from aurora, colorado and there is a vigil that have gathered there. they have heavy hearts, coming together to pay respects for the 12 people that died earlier last night. the police chief earlier said there would be a vigil scheduled for 6:30 on sunday evening, however, you can see many people wanted to come together tonight to come and pay respects for the lives that were lost today. we are hearing from hollywood. the director behind "the dark knight rises" and the director said the theater is his home and the fact that someone would commit violence is savagely devastating. >> new tonight the obama administration released these two photos, one showing president obama and vice president joe biden meeting with advisers in the oval office and the othe
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Jul 1, 2012 11:00pm EDT
the public to use public transportation. >> transportation representatives in the district, virginia and maryland tell me the situation with regards to power and transportation still have a long way to go. this is now montgomery college power lines are still down all over the place. this is a story being played out due out our area. we see tens of thousands of dealing with no power. >> today even ferguson is fighting a losing battle to keep his family cool. it is not going to be enough to save his food. >> the bulk of that will be gone. >> his daughter spent the weekend playing outside in a soccer tournament. >> what was like to be out in the heat and then coming home to this? >> it is not fun. >> you forget how much you rely on electricity. >> at this senior center in college park, they've also been without power since friday. this woman is dealing with diabetes. >> we are burning up. >> we decided to make a lemonade stand. >> this family worked on a project outside tonight. but they do have power. she says she is not going anywhere tomorrow. >> i am definitely not to meeting tomorr
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Jul 22, 2012 11:00pm EDT
[ male announcer ] it would be easy for u.s. olympian meb keflezighi to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ ♪ like this one. ♪ ♪ or this one. ♪ ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ ♪ woooo! [ male announcer ] citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. every step of e way. >> in the end after he has felt the full force of our justice system what will be remembered are the good people who were impacted by this tragedy. >> the commander in chief meets with those deep in grief. president obama in colorado tonight, calling for focus to be on the victims of the movie theater massacre and their families not the suspect. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> the president's meetings with victims' phillies were private and lasted longer than many anticipated. >> he opted not to attend a candlelight vigil saying he did not want to take attention away from the service. >> shortly after the president met
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Jul 23, 2012 11:00pm EDT
haired available tied to the move a fitte [ male announcer ] it would be easy for u.s. olympian meb keflezighi to deposit checks at the nearest citibank branch. ♪ ♪ like this one. ♪ ♪ or this one. ♪ ♪ or, maybe this one. ♪ ♪ but when it's this easy to use citibank mobile check deposit at home...why would he? ♪ ♪ woooo! [ male announcer ] citibank mobile check deposit. easier banking. every step of the way. >> this is abc 7 news at 11. an exclusive as we uncover a survivor who is about to attend college here. the suspected gunman face the judge for the first time. we have this local tied to that horrific attack in colorado. >> former brushed formal murder charges will not come until next week. he had his first court appearance. one of the people who survived has plans to go to the university of maryland. >> james holmes looked out of bed and tired from making bizarre facial expressions. he never said a word. >> given the nature of the charges, you are held on a no hold. >> he injured 58 and murdered 12 during the
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Jul 26, 2012 11:00pm EDT
york which is under a curfew tonight. it has led to power outages across the area. stay with us for complete coverage of the storms. you can log onto wjla.com. bob is back in a few minutes. first, police issued an alert after a woman is physically attacked and sexually assaulted while jogging. detectives say the woman was choked and it knocked unconscious on the trail in the district. tom is live with a warning. >> police say the poor woman never even saw her attacker before he was already on her. they believe he was hiding along the side of a path and he came up behind the woman, put her in a choke hold. police want to catch this guy. the capital crescent trail and the area along the canal is very popular with joggers and families. >> i have never seen anything are felt uncomfortable. >> for some women that sense of safety is gone. >> it definitely worries me because a lot of women come through this drill. >> the 27-year-old woman was jogging near by george town. >> it was dark when it occurred. >> a man choked her from behind. she fought back but passed out. when she woke the
ABC
Jul 21, 2012 11:00pm EDT
him to call us. his name as alex solis. -- sullivan. today is his birthday, for god's sake. >> the heart wrenching moment captured in this photo when he learned of his son's fate. alex was at the kedar celebrating his birthday and his one your wedding anniversary on sunday when his life was cut short. across colorado and the country, overwhelming grief. people remembering aicayla medek, matt mcquinn. a notification team room -- arrived at the home of john larimer's parents. then there are a few survivors. >> my memory is only of the flesh. -- the flash. >> stories of heroism. this woman was literally dragged out of the theater by brooks, ready shot in the lake. >> i slowly pushed him up and as i was pushing him, that is when i got hit. >> the youngest victim was identified as a veronica moser- solvent. no one could bear tell her that her daughter was killed. >> president obama made what happened in colorado the focus of his weekly address. >> michaud a -- michelle and i will have our children a little tighter this weekend. for those parents who are not so fortunate, we nee
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Jul 29, 2012 11:00pm EDT
, he delivered carefully prepared remarks. >> we should use every and all measures to dissuade iran from its nuclear course and it is our fervent hope that diplomatic and economic measures will do so. in the final analysis, of course no option should be excluded. >> his reverential stock could i have been in sharper contrast to the view critics took of his recent critics about the preparation of the london olympics. >> mitt romney wondered aloud whether of london was ready for the olympics and i think it is clear that voters in this country wonder aloud whether mitt romney is ready for the world. and i think the world is not yet ready for mitt romney appeared >> but the bottom line is that the american people know we're moving in the right direction. >> the president, by the way, is expected to campaign in a number of states this week, including new york, ohio and virginia. >> more tonight about a 4-year- old child who died after drowning in a neighbor's pool. this happened around 5:00 p.m. this evening. according to the sheriff's office, the 4-year-old went missing from his house.
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Jul 12, 2012 11:00pm EDT
highly visible detail used to escort the president and other -- no an officer with the special operations unit is under investigation. >> why would you threaten the first lady? >> the washington post says the threats were made during a discussion about white house security on wednesday morning. the officer used his phone to show a picture of the gun he would use. >> the secret service confirms it is the best the getting along with internal affairs. we received an allegation that inappropriate comments were made. we are currently investigating the nature of these comments. sources tell abc seven the remarks appeared to be an offhand comment, perhaps intended as a joke. >> he needs to be dealt with. >> sigrid's service says misses obama was never in any danger. >> if i was the president or the president's wife and i had somebody who potentially could be threatening, i would not want anything to do with them. >> authorities are not saying precisely where they are in the investigation. ordinarily a threat against the president is considered a felony with parts -- possible jail time. he will l
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Jul 13, 2012 11:00pm EDT
uniforms made in the u.s. a beginning in 2014. ralph lauren announced the uniforms he will provide at the winter olympics will be made in the united states. this comes days after abc 7 news first reported the uniforms were made in china. ralph lauren has a contract that runs through 2020. >> the calendar may say july 13 but in gaithersburg they are partying like it is july 4. the fireworks celebration was held on the montgomery county fairgrounds. the july for the event was canceled because pepsico was using fair grounds as a staging area for power restoration efforts. you see what they call it finally fireworks. >> as he said, better late than never. >> it lasted longer than san diego. >> that was incredible. >> it is summary. >> summer storms are coming. right? what's it is a risk. tomorrow will not be as hot as it was last saturday. >> that is easy. >> i go out on a limb every once in awhile. here is how it looked. our high temperature and washington -- there were some rain showers for our friends and west virginia and the panhandle -- even with the clouds our temperatures made
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Jul 16, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in laytonsville. >> lots of questions about what happened here. folks told us this was a flying lesson. the instructor an experienced pilot. sometime around 7:00 tonight the man landed and were taking off again, and something went terribly wrong. this is the scene of the wreckage from news choppers seven. a single-engine plane crashed into a wooded area on the edge of the day this airport. witnesses said they could hear it from a mile away. >> i heard like a rumble and i felt the earth shake, kind of like a small quake. >> this helicopter pilot was flying behind the plane just minutes before. >> we watched them take off. it appears they did not get much higher than 40 or 50 feet by the end of the runway and it was clear he was not going to clear the trees. he started right term to try to clear the trees on the right side and it looks like he turned to far stalled at the airplane, and spun to the ground. >> her husband ran out to help. >> he approached the two gentlemen. one of them was moving around but not being coherent and the other one was just like not there. >> and darfur departm
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Jul 6, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >> hundreds rested on the sidewalk to night in the midst of chaos. >> they told us to make the move three times to three different places. >> it lead to fiery exchanges with each other and employees. sharon daniels said she waited three hours before boarding a bus. >> it is 100 degrees out here. we are sitting out here and it is an organized. nobody has told us anything. >> erica had to find somebody to get her kids from day care. >> it is hot. we have worked all day. i pay $12 a day. >> it is the second problem on this line in less than a week. ashley was on a similar situation tonight. >> for the second time on the same line is a little bit ridiculous. >> some call for a revolt. >> we need to have a say and not take this train any more. >> most of the delays have wrapped up by 7:30 tonight. there will be delays continuing until monday morning. >> thank you. it is important to note metro had planned to conduct track work this weekend. those plans have been canceled. there is no word on when the scheduled maintenance will take place. we will have updates all weekend long at wjla.com. ther
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Jul 11, 2012 11:00pm EDT
was soaring? that was the front that moved to the south and give us a break. four days in a row above 100 degrees. today was average. our average high was 89. tomorrow will be just about the same. 89 degrees and no records. one week ago we had four records in a row. there is a slight risk of thunderstorms. if summer in july is your favorite month. we had a lot of interesting responses. i will share those with the one i join you and also what is heading our way this coming weekend. >> thank you so much. health care took center stage for the man trying to replace president obama while speaking to the naacp. mitt romney received a brisk response while on stage in houston today. he said he would do more for african americans than president obama. when he mentioned the cornerstone bill of the obama presidency, this is what happened. >> i will eliminate every non essential program i can find, and that includes obamacare. i will work to reform and save -- [boos] >> he is trying to appeal to independent and undecided african american voters. he received 95% of the african- american vote in 2008.
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Jul 7, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in alexandria. temperatures at this hour just the west of us in the 80's. , lowers like lower at 100's. to theseook temperatures too slowly fall during the overnight hours. the heat advisory is cancelled d.c.or the we may see an advisory issued the immediate metro area. here are the latest advisories. lot of these warnings -- air to the north. syracuse, 70. i want to quickly show you our futurecast. expect over the next 48 hours, into the morning and around 4:00,orrow will start to develop. of these storms will later tomorrow the overnight. is our forecast. look for stronger storms afternoon, 95-0 hundred reading.x 100-105 degrees. cooler for the upcoming week. keep you on track all of the watches and warnings. a fascinating photo gallery on about storm chasing. >> it has already gotten the thousands of hits. thank you. the tiger, i keep saying his name. trying to get a last shot at glory. >> did he do it? ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] a moment of silence r the internet a as we know it. a revolution in internet speed is here. more than twice as fast as anything america has ever seen.
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Jul 15, 2012 11:00pm EDT
will start tonight with president obama on the campaign trail and talking to us about the tough fight to keep the presidency. during the president's visit friday to virginia beach, barack obama look at a couple of one- on-one interviews. abc 7 was the only local station granted access. no topic was off-limits. the president have tough talk for his republican rival mitt romney. if senior political reporter scott thuman spoke one-on-one with the president. >> an testing interview. our conversation covered plenty of topics -- an interesting interview. it was the choice of words over the bain capital controversy that set off an on answer demand for an apology. the president said what he says voters does not know about him. he used that time to go after mitt romney. >> thank you so much. great to see. >> our interview was after he tried to fire up virginia voters. when speaking to us, he had one thing on his mind -- mitt romney's time at bain capital. >> he said he left in 1999. you said in 2001. there is a difference. is he being dishonest with the american public? >> here is what i know. we were
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Jul 3, 2012 11:00pm EDT
who just got the power back on line. pepco and dominion tell us there have been new outages in areas that have been restored. many of the outages are in montgomery county along river road. within the hour, pepco's tweeted this. crews may have to delay their work until the storms pass. here is the good news. a large majority of customers still have their power back on. but more than 86,000 pepco customers are in the dark. 72,000 demint customers are without service. and about 40,000 local bg &e customers are without power we are in here with more of those living on islands without power. >> the power has come back on for a lot of people but it is so spotty. in laurel, it is like life is back to normal. take a walk with me and look across route one. darkness. the other side it -- side of the street, no power. coming back on for some people but it is in this body fashion. >> -- spotty fashion. >> this is been the view outside his home since friday night. not only is his house damaged but he has no power and cannot drive anywhere since his car is trapped. he is getting mighty frustrated
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Jul 4, 2012 11:00pm EDT
and story of what they saw with their own eyes. she joins us live with what went down in that restaurant. >> leon a lot more questions than answers tonight. what we do know is that the man had a handgun. police say that he refused to drop his weapon and one eye witness even said it seemed like the man was just daring police to shoot an. >> he was pointing at his forehead with his right hand. i think he was saying, should the right here. >> gunfire disrupted the dinner rush at urban bar-b-que in olney. >> he said, the guy has a gun. he pointed at me, at his head. >> not wanting to go on camera, this customer says the man had come into the restaurant and wandered back out into the porch area with the gun cocked. witnesses say he was carelessly waving the gun around, ignoring the bartender's request to stop. >> somebody said, he has a gun it is caught. >> jacob and whitney were already inside when the standoff started. they grabbed their four-month old baby and ran for safety. >> obviously, chaotic, as soon as you realize. most people were caught off guard when they heard the gunshots. ever
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Jul 18, 2012 11:00pm EDT
associated with today's storms. bob ryan joins us with the latest in just a minute. first jay korff with the latest on the big cleanup under way. >> it has been a extremely trying last few weeks for residents of this neighborhood. last month it clobbered this neighborhood. now another storm with destructive force and firsthand stories of survival. >> it is very scary when we look at the size of the trees coming down. >> wednesday afternoon a storm toppled -- a live oak toppled onto two homes. she was in one of the homes that was hit. >> i am thankful everybody came out ok. >> she was so shaken she could not talk on camera. seconds after pulling into her garage with heard two daughters in the car, the tree fell across the driveway. >> there is a jumble of wires around it. >> we knew it was an older tree and eventually it would have to come down. >> eve clark and her husband say in march they gave pepco approval to remove this tree but they could not remove it until the city approved a permit. >> a lot of headache that all of this will be huge to clean up. >> this is the second time
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Jul 19, 2012 11:00pm EDT
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Jun 30, 2012 11:00pm EDT
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